swimp3A lot of people swim. Matter of fact, many of them swim a lot. Sadly, underwater, most music players just don’t work. And now that listening to music is the New National Obsession, these athletes are sure to feel a little left out. Until now that is.

Behold the SwiMP3 from company Finis.

The new SwiMP3 is revolutionary in that it relies on bone conduction of sound. When the device is placed on any bones of the skull (i.e. the cheek bones or the mastoid tip) it leads to vibration of the fluid in the inner ear. Thus swimmers can enjoy clarity of sound with the SwiMP3 device that was never before possible.

The downside? You get 128MB for 249$.

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